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Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus gain January Android security patch

Update: January 4, ( AM ET): The Galaxy S9 series may not be in line for an update to One UI , but this doesn’t mean the phones are no longer seeing updates. As spotted by SamMobile, the duo in Germany are now receiving the January security patch in ’s first update.

The update — which includes firmware version GFXXSDFTL1 for the Galaxy S9 and GFXXSDFTL1 for the Galaxy S9 Plus model — isn’t a huge patch, and doesn’t yet have a clear tally of tweaks. That said, it’s notable that a phone line from is among the first in Samsung’s arsenal to receive the latest Android patch.

To check if your device has received the update, navigate to Settings > Software Update > Download and install.


Welcome to the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus Android update hub. Here, you’ll find everything you need to know about the latest Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus updates, including their current versions, and when future updates are likely to arrive. (Note: The S9 and S9 Plus generally receive their updates at the same time.)

Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus update

  • Current stable version: Android 10
  • Will the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus get Android 11? TBA

The Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus launched with Android Oreo, before being updated to Android Pie earlier in Like most Android flagships, these are expected to receive two major updates in their lifetime.

On November 20, the One UI betaofficially started rolling out to Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus devices in Korea. Before the S9 series, the Android based beta had been available on Galaxy S10 and Note 10 devices.

One UI brings the Galaxy S9 series up to Android 10, with a number of enhancements to Samsung’s skin of the Android OS. New additions include an expanded dark mode, less obtrusive notifications, and and Digital Wellbeing.

After Korea, Samsung started rolling out One UI beta to Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus to its second market — India (h/t SamMobile). Users can sign-up for the Android 10 beta through the Samsung Members app.

Since then, new features have been spotted on the phone. The device has now inherited the Galaxy Note 10’s Night mode for the front camera and the rear telephoto camera, which also apparently rolled out to the Galaxy Note 9. Spotted by SamMobile, this feature now lets Galaxy S9 users on the Android 10 beta take brighter photos in low-lit conditions.

The beta update should roll out to the US market soon. A roadmap released by Samsung Israel also points to an April release for the Galaxy S9’s stable Android 10 update. While the update schedule can vary in different countries, this could be a good indicator of when to expect Android 10 on the S9 and S9 Plus.

On December 10, Samsung started pushing out its second One UI beta to the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus in India alongside the December security patch. According to Tizen Help, this update improves stability, squashes bugs, and gives the update just a bit more spit and polish.

A few major fixes include GPS data leaking, S Health measurement errors, memory leaks, slow hotspot speeds, a security folder bug, and enhancements to Bluetooth functionality. The Samsung Internet app and Samsung Dex also received some usability improvements, and both devices should see better heat management.

On December 27, , Samsung pushed out its fourth One UI beta to the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus. Tizen Help reported that the update simply squashed some bugs and other issues.

The December update was followed by another One UI beta update on January 8. The update fixed an issue which was locking Galaxy S9 users out of the Secure Folder on their phones. It also fixed unwanted noise occurrence while performing sound quality optimization with both mm and USB-C headphones.

In addition, the update came in tow with a new version of Digital Wellbeing and improvements to camera performance. It also added Dex for PC functionality. Lastly, it included optimizations for motion recognition in the gesture navigation state.

The end of January and beginning of February saw Galaxy S9 owners in the likes of Europe and unlocked owners in the US receiving the stable update. Meanwhile, Verizon devices got the stable Android 10 update on February 21, joining unlocked, AT&T, and US Cellular devices.

A few days later, T-Mobile quietlyrevealed that it also started the Android 10 roll-out to the Galaxy S9 series. The update included the February security patch in tow. Sprint came in clutch not long after.

In June, the Galaxy S9 series received its long-awaited update to One UI The patch tagged in the June Android security patch and a host of camera features that debuted on the Galaxy S20 line.

The Galaxy S9 series gained another major update in October. One UI rolled out to both the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus and brought with it Wireless Dex, improved video recording modes, and keyboard improvements.

Samsung Galaxy S9/S9 update availabilityAndroid PieAndroid 10

<strong>Samsung Galaxy S9/S9 update availability</strong>:

AT&T

<strong>Android Pie</strong>:

Yes

<strong>Android 10</strong>:

Yes

<strong>Samsung Galaxy S9/S9 update availability</strong>:

Sprint

<strong>Android Pie</strong>:

Yes

<strong>Android 10</strong>:

Yes

<strong>Samsung Galaxy S9/S9 update availability</strong>:

T-Mobile

<strong>Android Pie</strong>:

Yes

<strong>Android 10</strong>:

Yes

<strong>Samsung Galaxy S9/S9 update availability</strong>:

Verizon

<strong>Android Pie</strong>:

Yes

<strong>Android 10</strong>:

Yes

<strong>Samsung Galaxy S9/S9 update availability</strong>:

U.S. Unlocked

<strong>Android Pie</strong>:

Yes

<strong>Android 10</strong>:

Yes

<strong>Samsung Galaxy S9/S9 update availability</strong>:

International Unlocked

<strong>Android Pie</strong>:

Yes

<strong>Android 10</strong>:

Yes

Let us know which Galaxy S9 update you’re rocking in the comments, and if you’ve spotted a recent update we’ve missed, tip us!


Looking for another device update? Head to our general Android Pie update tracker at the link.

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Software update for the Samsung Galaxy S9 / S9+ (GU/GU)

DateDetailsMarch 10,
  • Android version: 10
  • Baseband version: GUSQU9FUB5 (S9), GUSQU9FUB5 (S9+)
  • File size: MB (S9), MB (S9+)
Dec. 21,
  • Android version: 10
  • Baseband version: GUSQS8FTK4 (S9), GUSQS8FTK4 (S9+)
  • File size: MB (S9), MB (S9+)
Nov. 17,
  • Android version: 10
  • Baseband version: GUSQU8FTK2 (S9), GUSQU8FTK2 (S9+)
  • File size: GB (S9), GB (S9+)
Sept. 21,
  • Android version: 10
  • Baseband version: GUSQS8ETH5 (S9), GUSQS8ETH5 (S9+)
  • File size: MB (S9), MB (S9+)
Aug. 21,
  • Android version: 10
  • Baseband version: GUSQS7ETH1 (S9), GUSQS7ETH1 (S9+)
  • File size: MB (S9), MB (S9+)
Sours: https://www.att.com/device-support/article/wireless/KM/Samsung/SamsungGU

Android 10

Baseband version:

GUSQS9FUG2

August 13,

July security patch

Available August 13,

If your device meets the requirements below, this update will be available to download.

To prevent download issues, there's a daily limit on downloads. If it's not available yet, check back tomorrow or after August 18, when the daily limit is lifted.

Android 10

Baseband version:

GUSQU9FUE1

June 20,
  • May security patch
  • Quick Share updates
  • Additional updates & improvements

Available June 20,

If your device meets the requirements below, this update will be available to download.

 

Android 10

Baseband version:

GUSQS9FUC2

April 8,

March security patch

Available April 8,

If your device meets the requirements below, this update will be available to download.

Android 10

Baseband version:

GUSQS9FUB2

February 21,

January security patch

Available February 21,

If your device meets the requirements below, this update will be available to download. 

Android 10

Baseband version:

GUSQS9FUA2

January 24,

January security patch

Available January 24,

If your device meets the requirements below, this update will be available to download. 

Android 10

Baseband version:

GUSQS8FTK5

December 22,

December security patch

Available December 22,

If your device meets the requirements below, this update will be available to download.

Android 10

Baseband version:

GUSQU8FTJ3

November 8,
  • October security patch
  • Samsung UI updates
  • Additional updates and improvements

Available November 8,

If your device meets the requirements below, this update will be available to download. 

Android 10

Baseband version:

GUSQS8ETH6

September 24, September security patch

Available September 24,

If your device meets the requirements below, this update will be available to download. 

Android 10

Baseband version:

GUSQS7ETH2

August 20, August security patch

Available August 20,

If your device meets the update requirements below, you can upgrade to the most current software version.  

Android 10

Baseband version:

GUSQU7ETG3

July 26,
  • July security patch
  • All new user interface
  • Various updates and improvements

Available July 26,

If your device meets the requirements below, this update will be available to download. 

Android 10

Baseband version:

GUSQS7DTE1

May 28, May security patch

Available May 28,

If your device meets the update requirements below, you can upgrade to the most current software version.

Android 10

Baseband version:

GUSQS7DTB1

March 20, March security patch

Available March 20,

If your device meets the update requirements below, you can upgrade to the most current software version.

Android 10

Baseband version:

GUSQU7DTA8

March 2,
  • Android 10
  • DIGITS built-in multi-line settings removed
  • Google security update for February

Available March 2,

If your device meets the update requirements below, you can upgrade to the most current software version.

Android

Baseband version:

GUSQS7CSK3

December 10, December security patch

Available December 10,

If your device meets the update requirements below, you can upgrade to the most current software version.

Android

Baseband version:

GUSQS7CSJ6

November 13, November security patch

Available November 13,

Android

Baseband version:

GUSQU7CSJ2

November 3,
  • October security patch
  • Other fixes

Available November 3,

Android

Baseband version:

GUSQU6CSI2

October 9,
  • Camera Enhancements
  • August Security Patch string
  • Other fixes

Available October 9,

Android

Baseband version:

GUSQS5CSGB

August 1, Security patches

Available August 1,

Android

Baseband version:

GUSQS5CSEA

June 12, Security patches

Available June 12,

Android

Baseband version:

GUSQS4CSC8

April 19,
  • April Security Patches
  • Camera performance and image quality improvements
  • Transfer over HTTP

Available April 19,

Android

Baseband version:

GUSQS4CSC3

March 21, March security patch

Available March 21,

Android

Baseband version:

GUSQU3CSAB

February 13,
  • Upgrade to Android Pie
  • RCS Universal Profile
  • Band 28 roaming support
  • Various bug fixes and system improvements

Available February 13,

Android

Baseband version:

GUSQS3BRK2

December 16, December security patch

Available December 16,

Android

Baseband version:

GUSQS3BRJ6

November 19,
  • November security patch
  • Various bug fixes and system improvements

Available November 19,

Android

Baseband version:

GUSQU3BRJ5

November 4,
  • Wi-Fi enhancements and bug fixes
  • Various bug fixes and system improvements

Available November 4,

Android

Baseband version:

GUSQS3ARIB

October 21,
  • September/October security patch
  • Various bug fixes and system improvements

Available October 21,

Android

Baseband version:

GUSQS3ARG8

August 17, August security updates

Available August 17,

Android

Baseband version:

GUSQU3ARG7

August 12,
  • July security updates
  • Super slow-mo and AR Emoji enhancements
  • Black screen fix

Available August 13,

Android

Baseband version:

GUSQU2ARF7

July 8,
  • RTT updates
  • Enhancements made to DIGITS
  • Various bug fixes and system improvements

Available July 8,

Android

Baseband version:

GUSQS2ARF4

June 21,
  • Android security updates
  • Various bug fixes

Available June 21,

Android

Baseband version:

GUSQU2ARC6

April 13,
  • Android security updates
  • Various bug fixes

Was first Available April 13,

Android

Baseband version:

GUSQU1ARBG

March 16,

Release Software

Available March 16,

Sours: https://www.t-mobile.com/support/devices/android/samsung-galaxy-s9/software-updates-samsung-galaxy-s9

Update s9 software

Samsung Galaxy S9 Software Update

To help you with the software update for your Samsung device, this page contains the following information:

  • Wi-Fi Only Over The Air (OTA) Programming
  • Server-Initiated Software Update Instructions
  • User-Initiated Software Update Instructions
  • Software Update while Roaming

Note: Estimated software download time is minutes. Estimated software update time is minutes.

User-Initiated Software Update
This process allows a user to navigate through the device options to seek updates.

  1. From a Home screen, touch and swipe up or down to display all apps, tap Settings > System updates > Check for system updates.
    Note These instructions apply to Standard mode only.
  2. If your device finds a new software update, tap Download now. When complete, a screen will appear advising you that the new version of software is ready to be installed. Tap Install update.
  3. The device will power down and power back on. A screen will appear stating that the installation has been completed. Tap OK.

You've successfully updated your software.

Wi-Fi Only OTA Programming - Wi-Fi Exclusive Update
If Wi-Fi is enabled and your device is connected to a Wi-Fi network, your device will be able to receive and download new software updates.

  1. The download will take place when the device is in Wi-Fi coverage, but coverage does not need to be consistent. You can use multiple Wi-Fi networks and disconnect from/reconnect to Wi-Fi, and the update will continue to download from where it left off until complete.
  2. When the download is complete, you'll receive a notification that there's a new software update available for installation. Tap Install Now to continue with installation. The device will power off and back on and the installation process will begin.

You've successfully updated your software.

Server-Initiated Software Update
You'll be notified on your device that a software update is available.

  1. Select Install now and your device will power off and back on and the installation process will begin. Tap OK to begin the installation.

    Note: If you choose Defer, this will delay installation and you'll be taken back to the Home screen. The software update message will appear periodically until you install the update.
  2. After you've received first notification of the software update, you can manually initiate by going to Home > Applications > Settings > About Device > Software updates. Under System updates, tap Restart & install to install the update. Your device will power off and back on and the installation process will begin.
  3. Once the installation is complete, the device will power off and then back on again.

You've successfully updated your software.

System Update while Roaming
If you're roaming, you won't receive a software update notice. To update, you'll need to either enable Wi-Fi and wait for the update notice to appear or manually update by going to Home > Application > Settings > About device > Software updates.

To enable Wi-Fi:

  1. Go to Settings > Wireless & networks.
  2. Tap Wi-Fi.
  3. To connect to an available Wi-Fi network, select Wi-Fi settings and select an available Wi-Fi network or manually add a Wi-Fi network.

If the software update fails to install, you'll get an error screen. However, this only means the software didn't install properly. The device will power back on with original software and will prompt you again to install the software update.

If you don't have a strong connection to Wi-Fi or the Verizon Wireless network, you may not be able to perform a software update over the air. Instead, you can connect your device to a computer with Internet access. Connect your device to your computer using your USB cable, then download the Software Upgrade Assistant tool to your computer, which will check for software updates and initiate the software update process.

Sours: https://www.verizon.com/support/samsung-galaxy-s9-update/
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